6 days Discounted Tanzania safari
This 6-day affordable safari to Tanzania is one of our most popular trips! If you want to explore the three most beautiful parks in northern Tanzania, our 6-day safari is the best option. The start of your safari will be at Tarangire National Park, the elephants’ habitat. Visit the famed Serengeti, a place where a myriad of animals may be found as well as the majestic wildebeest migration. And the magnificent Ngorongoro Crater, a natural wonder that is home to the biggest number of wildlife on the planet. On this fantastic safari, you could witness these two of Africa’s Seven Natural Wonders.
6 Days Discounted Tanzania Safari
|3||Serengeti National Park||Serengeti Savannah Camp|
|1||Ngorongoro Conservation Area||Ngorongoro Sopa Lodge|
|1||Karatu / Ngorongoro||Bouganvillea Lodge|
|No. of persons||1pax||2pax||3pax||4pax||5pax||6pax|
- Pick up and drop off to and from Kilimanjaro International Airport or Arusha
- Transfers as per Itinerary
- Accommodations as per itinerary
- Meals - full board unless noted
- Bottled water when in game drives.
- Ngorongoro Conservation and National Park fees , Crater service fees
- Professional Safari Guide
- Well maintained 4x4 Land Cruisers or Land Rover have viewing hatches for optimum game viewing..
- Temporary evacuation insurance
- Airfare from Arusha to Serengeti
- Activities not mentioned
- Accommodation before and after the trip
- Day use room if required
- International flights
- Gratuity to your driver/ guide
- Soft drinks and alcohol at the Lodges /Camp
- Tips to the waiters, bar staff, porter, maid staff at the lodges and resorts
- Laundry service at the lodges and resorts
- International Travel insurance. Highly recommended
- Christmas and New Year Supplements (Dec 24,25,26, 31 and Jan 1) if you travel on these dates
- Purchase of personal items and souvenirs.
Fly-in to Serengeti National Park (08:30 am) with a local flight, Pick up from the Seronera Airstrip and drive to Serengeti Savannah Camp central Serengeti with enroute game viewing; after early lunch game drive in the park, dinner and overnight at semi luxury Serengeti Savannah Camp
The Seronera area of the Serengeti comprises open plains dotted with attractive kopjes. There’s plenty of resident game with relaxed predators as well as the migrating herds coming through in April and May. Given the Seronera’s central position, you can stay here and still travel south and north to the Western Corridor. However this advantage means that the Seronera remains busy throughout most of the migration.
We spend two full days at the Serengeti National Park doing game drives in search of animals among them, didkdiks, elands, topis, gazelles, elephants, buffaloes and the recently introduced Rhinos. Depending on when you will travel to Serengeti you may see the Great Migration that involves the movement of a million and a half plus wildebeests accompanied to more than 200,000 zebras and gazelles, to different parts of Serengeti. We will spend 02 nights. Overnight at Serengeti Savannah Camp
After breakfast drive to the spectacular Ngorongoro Crater, a collapsed volcano, once as high as present day Mount Meru. Stop at Olduvai Gorge, a world famous archaeological site for a visit to the local museum, before driving to your luxury lodge perched on the crater rim. No lodges are inside the Crater so overnight is at Ngorongoro Sopa Lodge.
After an early breakfast, spend another half-day in the Crater photographing or simply enjoying the animals and landscapes. At lunchtime, relax with a picnic, then leave on a 2-hour drive to the Bouganvillea Lodge, in heart of coffee country. Arrive in time for a cool drink and hot shower before a delicious dinner and restful night.
Dawn game drive in Lake Manyara National Park, perhaps the most beautiful on the circuit. Famous for its elephants and lions-in-trees, the park boasts rich ground water forest, lakeside grassland and an abundant variety of trees and shrubs. The Lake is famous for its flamingoes, pelicans, storks and shorebirds. During the morning game drive you'll understand why this is where part of Out of Africa was filmed in the afternoon drive back to Arusha with stop at a Maasai market along the way for gift buying or cultural interaction before continue with your onward activities